Sertoma Field

Walhalla, South Carolina     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Karl Reed › August 12, 2016
I am Mark Reed writing for my son Karl who is 9 years old now, but did play on this course at 2 and a half. This was a fantastic course from what I remember. I really hope to make it back out here to see how much we have improved since 2009. I do not remember which holes were which, but I do recall a few. One of my favorites were on with a down hill shot. I nailed the chains and thought I had my first ace. I walked down to the bottom of the hill only to see my disc laying in the dirt up on the little hill. I have yet to nail my first ace.
-  +0 votes  + Dave Chansler › August 17, 2012
Love this course. Got both my first pro cashes here in a sc doubles championship and chainsaw classic. Even called a ace 5 holes early at the chainsaw classic.
-  +0 votes  + Mark Reed › August 12, 2016
This is a beautiful course that gives a variety of shots for any level player. Uphill, downhill, around trees, open shots, and a little bit of water holes. I really look forward to making a return trip to this course sometime as soon as the finances allow it.
-  +0 votes  + Anthony Hauf › August 3, 2014
Wonderful course, not a very hard course by any means.. The grounds are kept up with very well, and it always seems taken care of.
-  +0 votes  + Charlie kraft › August 5, 2014
Great course lots of woods and elevation changes. Very well kept. Has a no dogs rule.

-  +0 votes  + Kevin Hudson › July 27, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Jeff G › May 16, 2017
This was the second time I have played Sertoma field since the leaves have been out. The course plays a little different than in the winter. The first, second and fifth holes have a lower ceilings than in the winter. Also, with a good portion of the course in the woods, it plays much tighter, requiring better throws to stay in the fairways.
-  +0 votes  + Gavin Simpson › March 20, 2018